Einhorn was also the first person who spoke publicly about Lehman Brothers fraud in Nov. 2007. This morning he tells CNBC how he spotted the red flags early on.
In this segment, Laurence Meyer, a former Federal Reserve governor, and David Einhorn, president of Greenlight Capital, discuss the November jobs report, commodity bubbles, inflation and more with CNBC.
Einhorn has a large gold position to hedge against the inflation and Fed money printing.
In this segment, Einhorn and Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz talks about US economy issues: QE2, deficits, inflation, etc..
Ron Brounes owns and operates Brounes & Associates, a Houston-based consulting firm that performs research, marketing, and education projects for financial services companies and other professionals. Through the years, Brounes has worked directly with retail investors as well as institutional investors. He received his MBA from the Edwin Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and his BBA degree in Accounting from The University of Texas. More at: ww.ronbrounes.com
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